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Portions of Hollywood Freeway to Close for Realignment Project

November 11, 2005|From a Times Staff Writer

Caltrans will close portions of the Hollywood Freeway in downtown Los Angeles starting tonight to do repairs.

The closures will run from 9 tonight to noon Saturday, said Caltrans spokesman David White, and are part of an extensive, $24.5-million highway realignment project that will include replacing on- and offramps at Hewitt and Vignes streets, installing new ramps at Garey Street and building a bridge over the freeway in preparation for a Gold Line extension.

At least one lane in each direction of the freeway between Alameda and Vignes streets will remain open, White said. He added that two northbound lanes would be closed from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. between Alameda Street and Mission Road, while two southbound lanes along the same stretch would be closed from midnight to 5 a.m.

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